Publicis Seattle Has Warmth, Local Charm and Artwork Made In-House

Publicis Seattle is a world-class agency with enough big-name clients and award-winning work to make the home office back East more than proud. But doing great work for clients endemic to the Pacific Northwest like the Muckleshoot Indian tribe, Eddie Bauer and the Seattle Symphony means this Publicis outpost reflects the values of the region.

With a well-maintained roof garden, living logo and murals paying homage to Seattle, the office is a welcoming and familiar environment. Above all, though, the aim was to be inviting and warm from the moment the doors open. “There’s nothing more boring than a standard entryway,” said brand and business development senior manager Nelson Fortier. “The idea of the foyer was to create a mosaic of sorts that could tie into the shapes and colors of the brand cubbies located around the back walls of the lobby.”



Publish date: June 14, 2016 https://dev.adweek.com/brand-marketing/publicis-seattle-has-warmth-local-charm-and-artwork-made-house-171916/ © 2020 Adweek, LLC. - All Rights Reserved and NOT FOR REPRINT
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